NFL Draft Picks Fashion

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Corey Davis

The 2017 NFL Draft was a few days ago and we are bringing you the best and boldest fashion from the event. While new NFL players don’t have set stylists many of them made some interesting choices.

Takkarist McKinley
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Takkarist McKinley, the Falcons first-round draft pick, opted for a subtle blue plaid suit, white collared shirt and gray tie. He offset the suit with brown shoes and bright blue socks for a pop of color.

Deshaun Watson
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Deshaun Watson, a Clemson quarterback drafted to the Houston Texans, wore a royal blue suit with black lapels, black collared shirt, and a grayish black bow tie. The bow tie definitely added character to the ensemble. Watson decided on a pair of Christian Louboutin Dandy Pik Pik Flat Smoking Slippers with his fit. The spiked kicks cost $1,995.

Jamal Adams
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Jamal Adams, an LSU safety, was drafted to the New York Jets. He wore a double-breasted white and blue plaid suit. He opted to make the white pop more by wearing a royal blue collared shirt. He also accessorized with a blue watch. We were feeling this look!

Corey Davis
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Tennessee Titans draft pick Corey Davis was not afraid of a little color. The Western Michigan wide receiver wore a pink suit jacket, black pants, black tie with purple floral print, and black loafers. You couldn’t miss him in this suit because it was definitely a stand out among safer options.

Deshone Kizer
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Finally, another favorite was Notre Dame quarterback Deshone Kizer’s fashion. He was drafted to the Cleveland Browns. He wore a three-piece suit with a lilac blazer. The vest jacket and pants were gray. He opted for a black bow tie which was a great contrast with the suit.

We look forward to seeing how these new players will continue to dress in the future.

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